Film Review: ALMOST ALMOST FAMOUS (USA/Canada 2018) ***

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On a road trip through an alternate universe, where Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison never die, Almost Almost Famous explores the lives of three of the world’s top tribute artists, the cost of… See full summary »

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ALMOST ALMOST FAMOUS is a documentary that explores the lives of three of the world’s top tribute artists, the cost of borrowed fame and the risk of getting ‘lost in the act’.  The film title is derived from a similar road trip fictitious film, Cameron Crowe’s famous autobiographical ALMOST FAMOUS about a young Rolling Stone journalist following a band on their road tour.  The journalist lost his virginity, fell in love and lived with his heroes.  Despite the similar title, ALMOST ALMOST FAMOUS is about the touring artists.

The film feels as if it is set in an alternate universe, where Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison…

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